Double Lifespan, Double Worklife

Double Lifespan, Double Worklife
Innovation

An article on MSNBC looks at whether scientists' goal to extend lifespan will actually improve our lives and society.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 23 may 2006

An article on MSNBC looks at whether scientists’ goal to extend lifespan will actually improve our lives and society. We like the reaction of the guy who ‘Digged’ this article:

“While scientists go back and forth on the feasibility of slowing, halting or even reversing the aging process, ethicists and policymakers have quietly been engaged in a separate debate about whether it is wise to actually do so.” – Uh, no, I know I don’t want to work as a programmer for 100 years.

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